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Molting

Molting

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-MLT

Natural Shrimp

Natural Shrimp

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NAT

New Penny

New Penny

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NP

Pearl White

Pearl White

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-PW

Molting

Molting

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-MLT

New Penny

New Penny

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-NP

Pearl White

Pearl White

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-PW

Glow

Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-GL

Molting

Molting

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-MLT

New Penny

New Penny

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NP

Pearl White

Pearl White

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-PW

Glow

Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-GL

Lime Tiger Glow

Lime Tiger Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-LTG

Lime Tiger Glow

Lime Tiger Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-LTG

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-RBG

Sugar n' Spice Glow

Sugar n' Spice Glow

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-SSGL

Sugar n' Spice Glow

Sugar n' Spice Glow

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-SSGL

Nuclear Chicken

Nuclear Chicken

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NCH

Cajun Purple/Chartreuse

Cajun Purple/Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-CPC

Glow Chartreuse

Glow Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-GLC

New Penny Chartreuse

New Penny Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NPCH

New Penny Fleck

New Penny Fleck

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NPFL

Pearl White / Chartreuse

Pearl White / Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-PWC

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-RBGC

Watermelon Red Glitter /Chart

Watermelon Red Glitter /Chart

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-WRGC

New Penny Fleck

New Penny Fleck

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NPFL

Glow Chartreuse

Glow Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-GLC

New Penny Chartreuse

New Penny Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-NPCH

Pearl White / Chartreuse

Pearl White / Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-PWC

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

Rootbeer Gold / Chartreuse

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-RBGC

Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

Pearl White/Fluorescent Orange

3"

6

Size:
3"

Model:
GSSHR3-PWFO

Pearl White/Pink

Pearl White/Pink

3"

6

Size:
3"

Model:
GSSHR3-PWP

Natural Shrimp

Natural Shrimp

2"

8

Model:
GSSHR2-NAT

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

Rootbeer Gold Glitter

4"

4

Model:
GSSHR4-RBG

Nuclear Chicken

Nuclear Chicken

3"

6

Model:
GSSHR3-NCH
  • Designed to look, feel, smell and move just like shrimp
  • 100% biodegradable
  • Durable and long-lasting
Berkley Gulp! Saltwater Shrimp is without a doubt one of the most effective saltwater baits of all time. Designed to look, feel, smell, and move just like live shrimp - you can even fish with it the same way! Made to release 400 times more fish-attracting scent than other plastic baits, Saltwater Shrimp are 100% biodegradable, extremely durable and long-lasting.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very effective I go to florida every year and we use these for speckled trout,redfish,and flounder. They are a great bait and catch plenty of fish. We use these in Natural color March 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Redfish and Speckled Trout Used them for years . Good new colors.Always catch fish. The ones in the packages are softer than the ones jar container, won't last as long. March 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Berkley Gulp Saltware Shrimp I was introduced to the gulp this fall during the annual flounder run at Sabine Lake between TX and LA. My fishing partner and I got a limit of flounder on every trip using the glup and fishing from the shore line. It was an amazing bait. We also caught red fish, speckled trout, and gulf trout on this bait. We fish pearl white gulp. Thanks, Gary January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good stuff the gulp shrimp works on sea bass and rockfish on the bottom with a1 or 3/4 once weight September 23, 2012
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1 year, 9 months ago
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Best to just work it. like a jig head and pop it a couple of times. I would suggest if you are trying for a less aggressive fish then just work it a little slower. pop it a couple of time and let sit for around 8 seconds. Just find a good pace
1 year, 2 months ago
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I'd use a small jig head and give it an occasional hop.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Fair. I like to bounce slowly.
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wont work as well
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for black seabass
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This bait can be used in any ways you think. I love to bounce them across the bottom or drift them across the bottom. Just hang on, because if the fish are there, you will get them. Great baits. I have caught big Redfish and Seatrout with whole Gulp baits in their bellies that someone had thrown over after use. I know this because there are no hooks in the baits. Good luck fishing.
1 year, 3 months ago
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I have caught Black Ses Bass with a piece of Gulp New Penny Shrimp, but not many.
1 year, 8 months ago
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Which size hook or jig head to use on a 3" shrimp? I'll be fishing off the jetties using the popping cork method.
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I like using a 1/3 oz jig head. Go check out the h20 jigs and they have great appearance and great prices
1 year, 2 months ago
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It's hard to say not knowing the tide, current, etc but as a guideline I would start light and go heavier as needed. Remember your trying to mimic a live shrimp.
1 year, 3 months ago
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i use a 1/4 oz jig head on em and works great
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If you plan on using a jighead I suggest a Calcutta short shank jighead, a mission jighead, a StrikeKing flats jighead, or a DOA jighead. They are all great choices and an 1/8 or 1/4 should be fine under a cork.

If you want to go unweighted with a regular hook I strongly suggest a Owner Mutu Light circle hook, either a 1/0 or 2/0 hook. If you are more comfortable with a "j-hook", Mustad makes several bait keeper styles to hold your Gulp and make a quick stick.

I hope this helps.
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Definitely! that is what its best for. Just stick it on a jig head and pop it on the bottom. You will see results.
1 year, 2 months ago
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I have been using this product bottom fishing from a Kayak. I can't say whether or not it will catch specific species, but I have been getting lots of sea bass with them on the bottom.
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I have heard of some people using a 5/8 or 3/4 ounce casting weight and rigging this lure on a saltwater dropshot set up.

I prefer the lightest jighead I can cast effectively and that has the sink rate I prefer. In very shallow water I will sometimes use a 1/16 ounce DOA jighead and hop the Gulp over the turtle grass.

I have caught flounder, reds, and a ton of trout on Gulp to answer the second part of your question.

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I dont see why not but preditors looking for shimp look for them in the upper half of the water column. Doesnt hurt to try though!
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best color??????

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I like the glow with the chartruse tail and the New Penny both 3 inches long. They have caught trout and Red Fish for me.
1 year, 8 months ago
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I like new penny
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New Penny, hands down!
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I use the natural color and new penny, it works the best in the marsh where i fish at. I catch speckel trout red fish and flounder
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Natural, but all colors work well...darker or bright colors in stained water.
2 years, 10 months ago
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White or new penny here on the Gulf Coast of Florida.
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will the 2 inch version catch smaller fish with a very high bite ration...normally i will fish with bloodworms and have a high high bite ratio per casts..probably 99 percent...will you get hit up like that and will you catch fish from which lengths and which species from land and jetties....white perch/striper.....
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I use the 3" and will catch tiny fish to 40+ inch fish. They are awesome
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The 2" is pretty small.
I use the 3"-4". I still catch small fish on them too. You don't miss many fish on gulp, they tend to not let go.
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yes it will...I prefer the 4" for speckled trout. "bigger the bait bigger the catch"
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If you are getting 99% bite to cast ratio, why try anything else? Gulp 2 and 3 inch will catch most anything that swims in saltwater and in various sizes.
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Use a Carolina rig with the appropriate wt. for the conditions of the surf. Use your jig heads on the rig. Also you can try using a heavier jig head , with no wt. and bounce it of the bottom of the sand.
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Under a copping cork with 18-24" leader.
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jig head or carolina rig both work well.
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A jig head will work well, but try it on a leader set-up. Use a 24" fluorocarbon leader attached to a 3o kahle hook. Use about a 1oz sinker (or heavier) to hold your bait down in the surf. Good luck.
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Try it on a jig head but also on a standard bottom rig for surf casting.
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Depending on depth a 1/4oz jighead should be fine. If the bottom is the "strike zone" of the species you're after then put it there. Bouncing bottom or sharp jerks and pause.
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Jig head is the best. Just rig it as you would all other softbaits and just jig it on the bottom
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Same as a from a pier or jetty. Ona hook or jig head under a popping cork.
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A jig head, but a popping cork gets the best results for me.
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Under a weighted float using a small jig head.
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If you put them under a popping cork you can.
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Absolutely, its the main way I fish them. and if that doesn't work a jig head will do the trick. The 3 and 4 inch do well but the 2 inch need weight.
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I have a friend that will try it if we are running out of bait, but never seen him catch anything but a pin fish
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Sure can, using an unweighted hook, no problem.
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In the fall and winter when the stripers run up the river in fresh water here, we catch them on white gulp. I have also caught Largemouth bass with them and on the next cast catch a redfish on the gulp.
Go figure.
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I have tried them a few time's with no success.
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Absolutely. Catfish and bass will take shrimp all day long. Try it under a cork or carolina rig it and see what happens. Good luck.
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perch, catfish, stripers, anything that eats shrimp and some stuff that doesn't. most predatory fish hit based on color and action so the saltwater/freshwater thing doesn't make a huge difference. i have done well with both in both types of water.
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